I have a windows 2012 R2 running DHCP on my network 192.168.0.*
Is there any problem with having the following?
scope 192.168.0.1-254 with
- a Reservation for 192.168.0.2 (AD server) AND have the server have a static IP in it's config?
- A reservation for the default gateway 192.168.0.1 (the router will also have a static IP)
The reason I ask is that I'd rather have that config than the following one:
Scope 192.168.0.3-254, no reservations and statically assigned on AD server and gateway router.
I'd like to have the first config because I doing some cleanup and i'd like to use the reservations to list all the computers on the network that need static IPs
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